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don't consider contamination before we decide where to put the school and particularly in new york city where they have so many schools on leased properties, most of which are former industrial sites or at least many of which, i don't know the exact number, they had a policy of not looking for problems. >> he believes that ground and water testing should be mandatory. he also says p.s. 51 is probably always problematic. weeks before brandon and the other p.s. 51 kids started at the new school, parents were hit with more unsettling news. tests revealed slightly elevated levels of a common but toxic dry cleaning chemical, pce. parents showed up at another meeting to confront the chancellor. >> i have to say dennis walcott, how dare you? >> how dare you? >> the chancellor dismissed the test results at the new school as insignificant. >> there was an open container. so once that was corrected, the levels came back down. >> parents like marisol no longer trust the school system. what will you do? >> we're going to watch him consistently and any little thing that he gets is going to be a
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